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2016

It’s just not Christmas without Christ

December 2016

You wouldn’t have a party without friends, wrapping without a present, a cake without candles or a celebration without the birthday boy! This year’s ChurchAds

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2016

Easter: Where Do You Stand?

April 2016

Jesus: man, myth or messiah? Where do you stand? Those are the questions we’re inviting churches to ask the British public this Easter. Coinciding with

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2015

Christmas starts with Christ

December 2015

Our 2015 series of posters were designed for churches who want to tell everyone about their local event – and at the same time remind them

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2012

GodBaby

December 2012

GodBaby was our third poster in the Christmas Starts with Christ campaign (the first two were the Bus shelter nativity and Baby scan Jesus). We

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2010

Baby Scan Jesus

December 2010

Research has revealed that 85 per cent of people agree with the statement that “Christmas should be called Christmas because we are still a Christian

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2009

Christmas Starts With Christ

December 2009

As Christians, we love the fun and festivity of Christmas as much as anyone: it is a special time of year, a time of family,

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2008

Be Part of the Action

December 2008

This year’s Christmas campaign includes a new poster depicting the nativity in a bus shelter, which is being displayed at over 1,000 bus stops in

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2007

Want a second go at life?

December 2007

The 2007 Christmas campaign was “Want a second go at life?” It crossed several different media, with a poster, a series of radio ads, a

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2006

Where Will You Find Him?

December 2006

The 2006 Christmas campaign was “Where will you find him?” It was based around a series of radio ads in which young people talked about

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2005

CELEBRATE THE BIRTH OF A HERO

December 2005

In 2005 we revisited our most celebrated campaign, from 1999, where we showed Jesus in the guise of the Latin revolutionary, Che Guevara. This campaign

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2004

Lines to God open 24/7

December 2004

For Christmas 2004, we focused on the original call centre: call God… the whole heavenly host of angels is waiting to hear from you. The

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2003

Ask Him For Something

December 2003

In a radical twist to the traditional nativity scene and Christmas carols, the 2003 poster campaign followed the theme: “ask him for something”, and offered

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2001

What Would Love Do Now?

December 2001

The campaign for Christmas 2001 represented a new direction, presenting a questioning, searching faith, under the slogan “What would love do now?” The unmistakable sign

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2000

Happier Christmas

December 2000

Ship of Fools report (12 Sept 2000)

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2000

ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE

January 2000

MILLENNIUM, NEW YEAR 2000 Guardian report (16 Sept 1999) BBC report (15 Sept 1999)

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1999

FIX THE WORLD

December 1999
1999

MEEK. MILD. AS IF.

April 1999

We had to withdraw the campaign we had planned for Easter 1999 at short notice, which meant that the new campaign had to be completed

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1996

Bad Hair Day

December 1996

BAD HAIR DAY CHRISTMAS 1996

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1995

SURPRISE! Easter 1995

April 1995

Testsetset

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